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Tuesday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 5 best football tips 24 11 20

We've compiled our best football tips into one bite-size betting preview for Tuesday's EFL matches. You can back the 46/1 five-fold.

23 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Tuesday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 5 best football tips 24 11 20

Will Rook provides his football tips from Tuesday’s action in the Championship, League One and League Two.

Charlton to beat Burton (19:00)

Charlton drew 1-1 with Gillingham on Saturday, a game in which they also saw a penalty saved, to extend their unbeaten run to eight league games.

Lee Bowyer’s side had won each of their previous six matches in League One.

Bottom-of-the-league Burton lost 3-1 to Northampton at the weekend and are winless in their last 14 in all competitions.

Bristol Rovers to beat Wigan (19:00)

Second-bottom Wigan were beaten 2-1 at home by Oxford on Saturday, which was their fourth straight league defeat.

The Latics are managerless, without a win in eight and are still forced to field a proportion of academy players to make up the numbers.

Bristol Rovers aren’t in great form themselves, having lost four of their last seven, but this tip is mainly informed by the struggles of their opposition.

BTTS in Exeter v Colchester (19:00)

Exeter and Colchester have been involved in the highest proportion of BTTS games in League Two.

This bet has been a winner in each of Colchester’s last seven matches in all competitions and nine of their 12 league games.

Exeter, meanwhile, have seen goals at both ends in six of their last seven in the league.

Leyton Orient to beat Bradford City (19:00)

Bradford limped to a 3-0 loss at Salford on Saturday, which was their fourth league defeat in their last six matches.

The Bantams have beaten only bottom-of-the-league Southend in their last seven league games and come into this one with at least three of their five forwards injured.

Leyton Orient have taken seven points from their last three home games, winning the last two with an aggregate score of 7-0.

Adam Armstrong (Blackburn) to score v Preston (19:45)

Armstrong is currently the top scorer in the Championship with 11 goals in 11 appearances this season.

The striker takes comfortably more shots per game than any other player in the Championship, averaging 5.2, which is 1.4 more than the next-best player.

Preston have manage just one clean sheet in their last seven matches at Deepdale.

*Odds subject to change.

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